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Subject: Re: What are your goals for the rest of 2000??? Date: 9/28/2000 2:52 PM
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Good idea for a thread!

In the last three months of 2000 I would like to:
++Get our Christmas shopping done early so we can spread the cost over 3 mos.
++Not use credit for any holiday expense (Thanksgiving or Xmas).
++Save another $1,200 dollars towards house down payment and closing costs.
++Pay another $1,000 on our CC that we're treating as a loan (no charges).
++Use the other credit card responsibly by paying it off from month to month.
++Continue paying off the car loan and contributing to 401k.

Makatak
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